Question about Washing Machines
Error E1 problem
E1: Water Supply Error -Display Shows 'E1' -Water Supply Error occurs when water level frequency does not show changes more than 100Hz or water is not supplied up to the water level presetting for 20 minutes or more at the time of initial water supply. -To help fix this problem please check the Hot and Cold water intakes, there is a filter screen in each input valve, remove and clean these filters. ** Make sure you replace the filters, they are very important for the operation of the Washing Machine.** -The error status can be cleared by turning POWER S/W OFF and resuming the POWER ON initial status. Keep me posted!
E1: Water Supply Error
-Display Shows 'E1'
-Water Supply Error occurs when water level frequency does not show changes more than 100Hz or water is not supplied up to the water level presetting for 20 minutes or more at the time of initial water supply.
-To help fix this problem please check the Hot and Cold water intakes, there is a filter screen in each input valve, remove and clean these filters. ** Make sure you replace the filters, they are very important for the operation of the Washing Machine.**
-The error status can be cleared by turning POWER S/W OFF and resuming the POWER ON initial status.
Keep me posted!
Posted on Nov 01, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
E1 : washing machine has exceeded a check time for fill, heat or empty.
Common causes for this are fill and empty problems, heater fault (or the wiring
to it broken), water pump open circuit (although that would stop the water draining too) Pressure chamber blocked or pressure tubing pipe looped below the pressure bottle, or a sticking eco ball in the sump hose (sludge and grease build up)
This error code is generic and vey common.Since you have tried the remedies.Try getting checked the internal wiring damage by professionals.I hope certainly hope the problem lies there.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
Two problems. Step one check the drain pump motor, to see if it draining the water out. Next step if the drain pump working you have a clock in the hose between the drain from the tub to the pump. Messy job witht he machine being full of water. I suggest take a small bucket and empty try to empty it out as much as you can.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
This is Water Pressure Switch Error.
A paragraph from the Guide :-
* Generated Frequency Signal of WATER LEVEL (WIL) SIW (KHz)
Normal Level = Abnormal W/L Frequency
Low Level = 30.00 Khz
High Level = 15.00 Khz
If the same signal is detected for more than 5 seconds, it is a PRESSURE SWITCH Error. When this error occurs the drain pump will operate for 3 min. and the display will show 1 E indicating a pressure switch error.
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Posted on Dec 19, 2009
SOURCE: E8 error code
8E - OVER CURRENT ERROR
IPM fault signal (this is caused by the overload of the MICOM INTO during motor action).
IPM: Integrated power module. The IPM controls the motor.
If the fault (low signal) happens to be sensed even once during the washing/rinsing stage, the motor stops immediately. However, during the dehydrating stage the signal is to be sensed, when the number of signals reads more than 6 per 500ms during the Washing or Rinsing cycle action.
If the motor stops working, in one direction ten times, "8E" Error is displayed.
During dehydrating, when the overload is sensed, the motor stops working at once and then feeds back to the initial stage of the dehydration unbalance sensing. When the feed back has occcurred twice, Error "8E" is displayed during the dehydrating unbalance sensing, No error happens by overload sensing. When it happens at more than 800rpm, the process is stopped compulsorily. Power Switch OFF can clear the overload error.
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Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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